Component-Wise Vector Functions

Lists the component-wise vector functions.

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TopicDescription

XMVectorInsert

Rotates a vector left by a given number of 32-bit components and insert selected elements of that result into another vector.

XMVectorMergeXY

Creates a new vector by combining the x and y-components of two vectors.

XMVectorMergeZW

Creates a new vector by combining the z and w-components of two vectors.

XMVectorPermute

Permutes the components of two vectors to create a new vector.

XMVectorRotateLeft

Rotates the vector left by a given number of 32-bit elements.

XMVectorRotateRight

Rotates the vector right by a given number of 32-bit elements.

XMVectorSelect

Performs a per-component selection between two input vectors and returns the resulting vector.

XMVectorSelectControl

Defines a control vector for use in XMVectorSelect.

XMVectorShiftLeft

Shifts a vector left by a given number of 32-bit elements, filling the vacated elements with elements from a second vector.

XMVectorSplatW

Replicates the w component of a vector to all of the components.

XMVectorSplatX

Replicates the x component of a vector to all of the components.

XMVectorSplatY

Replicates the y component of a vector to all of the components.

XMVectorSplatZ

Replicates the z component of a vector to all of the components.

XMVectorSwizzle

Swizzles a vector.

 

 

 

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